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in both cities. more cuts in government spending and higher taxes as they try to balance their budgets. michelle caruso-cabrera joins us this morning. ft calls this a step toward a full blown constitutional crisis in spain. why now? >> absolutely. when it comes to spain, why now? there's going to be a new budget announced tomorrow. that's expected to have new austerity measures that many spanish citizens won't like. in greece, any day now we'll hear what new cuts they will be making there. this was scene in greece a little more than an hour ago as thousands of striking union members descended on the main square in athens in front of the parliament. once again, tear gas used to disperse the crowds. police beating some of the protesters who refused to move. at one point it looked like the national guard might go up in flames. things have calmed down. on to madrid last night, where thousands there surrounded the parliament there as well, chanted phrases like "let us in," "we want to evict you." police did use rubber bullets and we watch live as they beat some protesters. as you mentioned
essentially government-guaranteed debt. >> or shares of apple, which would also please a lot of people. >> it can't do that. >> i get that. thank you, steve. >>> as we kick off the first day of the fourth quarter, we have deutsche bank's top u.s. equity strategist here on how to best navigate the markets, sitting at session highs right now. joined now by david bianco on post 9. >> thank you. >> you're actually skeptical, which i was surprised by. you have been a noted bear on wall street. but now you see that there could perhaps be headwinds when it comes to third-quarter earnings? >> i've been bullish during darkest hours of this market the past couple of years. the reason i'm cautious, i'mall quarter, we've seen a deterioration in export activity, investment spending and manufacturing activity that has something to do with the fiscal cliff uncertainty. certainly has to do with europe. i think it mostly has to do with the sharp deceleration in chinese construction activity. i don't think we're going to see any sign of a major improvement there until early next year. right now, we have
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